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O the Consort of Umā! How do You not take pity on (this) miserable? O You, Who is mine (treasure) of compassion! You take away the dreadful misfortunes. The Veda and the Purāṇa say that Hara, the destroyer (of miseries of devotees), is generous. Then how did You become so sparing in my case?
What devotion did the Brahman Guṇanidhi perform, (that) You were pleased and gave him Your own auspicious abode? The state (of liberation) which great sages sing of as unattainable (supreme), even insects and moths achieve it (when they die) in Your city Kāśī.
O the enemy of Kāmadeva! Give me (unflinching) love in the lotus-feet of Rāma. Tulasīdāsa says — O Lord! Take away the perception of duality (dvaita).
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